Tape words off (with foam letters or precut stickers) before finger painting. Some of the words I used stickers, some I wanted bigger, thicker letters, so I printed them out, traced onto white contact paper and cut out.
I could make this into quilt squares. Painting perfect squares by Teach Preschool I think if we used paper tape for this, it'd be easy to peel up without tearing. This also might be a great use for our giant stack of craft cardboard circles.
Children will strengthen their ulnar grasp by using it to hold the pack of markers to draw with. A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.
"As a kinder and project read the book The Dot. A cute story about a little girl who discovers art through a simple series of dot paintings. The students paint their own dot, or not-a-dot, with watercolors.